SPOTLIGHT: CTIA no longer opposed to muni-WiFi

CTIA says it is no longer opposed to competition from city-sponsored muni-WiFi initiatives now that its members are involved in some of them. Last year, CTIA raised concerns about competition from muni-WiFi initiatives. This year there are a number of operators with plans to deploy hybrid services. "What has changed is that we reflect our members and the industry," Senior Vice President Michael Altschul said. "As our technology and our world has evolved, licensed and unlicensed converge, and our members are a part of it." Article

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